I’m a bit late to the party with this years NanoReviMo.
For those of you who aren’t aware, last year, a bunch of us decided that we weren’t in a position to do the NanoWriMo, as we were knee deep in revisions. This prompted Peggy to spearhead the Revision month as an alternative.
To have everyone giving inspiring updates, and posting the last lines that they edited, it spurred me (and hopefully the rest of the group) on to work harder than I probably would have at the time.
This year, Jessie has volunteered to put her head above the parapet and lead us all in our revision quests. At the start of the month, I was already testing the water with querying my MS, and had started the first draft of a new project, and decided to be a fly on the wall and be inspired by everyone else.
This morning, I re-read the first page of Odd Squad, the MS I’ve been sending out. And didn’t feel draw into the story. It felt like it was a series of statements than a story.
So... I’m throwing myself into the revisions group as a participant after all. My goal is to make the story flow more smoothly before the end of the month.